Wood and plastic tend to be the dominant preference for the material on a chopping board. I think that’s because they’re relatively disposable objects that take a lot of pain in their everyday lives and need to be regularly replaced.
They do seem rather easily to become very offensive. The cleaning up stains and scuffs, which obviously can not be hygienic, can can appear gross. Personally, I don’t want it done on a mangy old chopping board that is developing hair while I’m cooking food.more bifusa.com/2015/09/09/choosing-a-quality-leather-sofa/
Some people say wood chopping boards are the best because they are naturally anti-bacterial, but I’m afraid that’s a little bit of a myth. Wooden chopping boards are porous and readily accept moisture and staining, as well as scratching and scuffing which provides the perfect environment for dirt and bacteria accumulations.
Although not as brittle as wood, plastic doesn’t look as good and wears unpleasantly. Some of the new products have anti-microbial treatments that really help with the angle of hygiene, but have you really spent thousands of years in a kitchen using a cheap throwaway chopping board?
It may be worth examining chopping boards made from stone. They not only look amazing (how can the chopping board of many people boast being the subject of a conversation?) but also deliver these compelling benefits:
Granite is stubborn. It is the second hardest rock found on earth (the hardest is the diamond) and it is very resistant to scuffing and scratching. It’s all rugged incredible.
Its non-porous and hygienic. Granite is coated with a resin that prevents the surface from collecting water, and the inside of the board won’t become a breeding ground for bacteria so no water can get in.
It can fit your desktop-you can either get a chopping board that is the same material and finish as your kitchen, or anything similar, but you can choose from several types. There are hundreds of colours and patterns you can choose from with the inclusion of Quartz (I’ll explain what that is later). Perhaps the most picky interior designer could find the perfect colour.
Granite is easy to clean and you only have to wash off with a soft soapy cloth. It’s really hard to stain and you don’t have to waste hours scrubbing and scrubbing just so you can get a chopping board looking clean.